posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 11:44 AM
This particular fossil was about 3" long, I think. Trilobites have been found on earth as small as the head of a pin, or large as a big book.
I think this evidence is compelling. Note the regular and symmetrical segmentation and clearly defined teardrop shape. No rock surface elsewhere on
the rock has this feature. It clearly is a object of impression with a different texture than the rest of the rock.
This is a fossil, gang, admit it, it is a wonderful discovery. What else could this be? It's right in front of you. This area of Mars is probably
littered with millions of fossils, just like some regions of earth. The timing is right, Mars was probably still wet within the parameters of the
life needs of these kinds of creatures.
Explore this guy's site more. He also argues that the blueberries are not products of impacts or vulcanism, bur the fossils of sea urchins, when
compared to ones on earth, they bear a striking resembalance.
It just makes sense, We are seeing marine life fossiles, not fossils of horses or rabbits, or other oddities. There are more than one here, kids,
these are fakes, or just random lucky patches of shadow on rocks. This is the real deal!